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it started about 25 minutes ago. our hurricane sandy coverage begins with chief meteorologist doug kammerer, who has been tracking the storm throughout the day. doug? >> yeah, watching this storm out there right now, you can see where this is. right now, down through portions of cape may county, new jersey, that's where it's coming ashore right now. it was moving extremely fast, at 28 miles an hour. but looking at some of the latest imagery here, it looks like it's really starting to slow down. waiting to see what's going on. you can notice very dry air wrapping around the center. and the rain just cutting off. right now, right around the philadelphia area. they're no longer seeing the heavy rain. we, however, are continuing to see the heavy rain. the latest advisory as of 5:00, had winds of 90 miles an hour. a very strong category 1 storm. the pressure down to 940 millibars. this storm has now set all-time low pressure records for atlanticcity, for trenton, new jersey and for philadelphia. all-time lowest pressure ever recorded. and that goes back to the super storm of '93. even b
's begin with doug cameron tracking the storm. doug, what are we looking forward to next? >> we're looking forward to this storm beginning to weaken. it's trying to do that, but not yet. they just put out a new statement -- the national weather service put out a new statement. it still has sustained winds of 75 miles per hour in parts of the area. those are coming right over northeastern parts of maryland and delaware. we're continuing to see winds gusting over tropical storm force in new york, philadelphia, washington, latest wind gusts are 47 miles an hour after a 60 mile an hour wind gust. it may be coming down a little bit, but we're going to continue to see these periodic gusts throughout the rest of the night. you can see exactly where the center of circulation is right here. there's the center coming right over the northern portion of the chesapeake right now. it will continue to the west, right along the mason dixon line. let's zoom on in. you can see this band here, a fairly heavy band of rain and wind continuing across the region. washington, down toward waldorf and winchester. s
phone. we'll continue to keep you updated right from this storm center. >> doug, thanks. stay with news4 as we track sandy onli nbcwashington.com, twitter and facebook, and right here on news4. >>> a well-known swimming coach who taught local athletes for decades was arrested today for child abuse. that accusation against rick curl, it dates back 30 years. news4's pat collins spoke to his accuser and was there when curl turned himself in. pat? >> reporter: at the montgomery county jail, a swim coach charged in a child sex case. it goes back to the '80s. the victim? one of his best swimmers. 63-year-old rick curl, a well-known washington area swim coach, leaving the montgomery county jail after he was officially charged in a child abuse sex case. a case that goes back 30 years. curl released on a $50,000 money bond. the victim, kelly davies kearn. i talked to her by phone about curl's arrest. >> i don't know whether to laugh or cry. i'm thankful. i'm sad. i just feel confirmation that what i did was the right thing to do. >> reporter: according to court documents, curl sexually abused the
coverage begins with chief meteorologist doug kammerer. this storm seems to be right on schedule. >> it really does. it is now moving close to 30 miles an hour. it has made a beeline for the jersey coast. it is now just to the north and coming ashore. you can see what's going on. a ton of rain on the west side of the storm. but notice, the strongest side, normally the northeast corner here, that's where you see the strongest winds, 84-mile-an-hour wind gusts in long island. notice the rain here, really cutting off on the back side, as it makes its way in. we'll continue to see rain here, though, as we continue to be on the southwest side of the storm. here's atlantic city. here's the ey coming onshower right now. atlantic city, probably seeing the strongest winds they have seen in years. maybe even decades right now. potentially 90, 100-mile-an-hour winds with this storm. you can see the outer eye wall which is right here through cape may county, new jersey, along the delaware bay. we're watching this rig around rehoboth beach. they're probably seeing very strong winds out of the
for for sometimes of disaster. and we are going to be joand by doug on the -- joined by doug lint on the phone good morning. >> good morning. >> what have you been doing to get ready and how are you prepared to help people. >> well, we are helping people. there was a handful of folks in the indianapolis shelter overnight last night and we had -- in the annapolis shelter overnight last night and we had staff there and provided supplies for those folks but prior to that we have had 150 red cross volunteers come into the area from all over the country from as far away as california, and montana and texas. they have come here to help. so we have got the people power that we need. they brought with them a whole bunch of vehicles that we can use for going out into the neighborhoods to distribute food and water and check on people and make sure they are okay. and we have got about 30,000 heater mills to district to folks. so we are ready and we are hoping that we don't need any of this and that people are taking the precautions they need and are ready themselves. >> doug, you mentioned the precautions. th
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here to stay? doug hill is here with the forecast. >> it is going to warm up. back to you, alison. no. temperatures are way below normal for this time in october. 36 in frederick, martinsburg 36. 53 right now reagan national. 52 degrees in fredericksburg. the thing is the average high temperature was 71. we spent the day 15 degrees or 20 degrees below average. we also have a little weather disturbance spreading west of interstate 81, bringing rain into the metro area. we will keep an eye on this because it very well may be much of the steady rain will state tv west and east -- will stay west and east of the city. temperatures will be falling tonight into the mid-40's. >> thanks for elaborating. you can go to our website to track the temperatures and rain or follow our weather team on twitter. doug will be back to show you where it's known today. >> all right. thank you. -- doug will be back to show you where it snowed today. >> all right. thank you. a boy was attacked by two pit bulls in germantown. what is the story? >> two strange but bulls showed up sometime last week. we are aware
that mean for our weekend? >> that's what we want to know. doug kammerer has the answer. doug? >> take a look at those shots there. just simply gorgeous out there once again. we saw a lot of cloud cover early this morning, even a little bit of light rain in some locations. but now we're seeing sunshine. and the temperatures are responding. 73 degrees with the winds out of the south at about 13 miles per hour. we're looking at a very nice afternoon right now. take a look at the numbers around the region. 72 in manassas. 76 in la plata. 78 down towards freds rickburg. to the north, a little bit cooler. hagerstown, 64. more clouds back to the north and west. nothing on the radar picture right now. notice this, here's the rain we saw last night. and here's the big storm back to the west. it still has not come through our area. so what is that going to mean for your saturday? you're going to want to stick around for this forecast. >>> the man accused of throwing a molotov cocktail inside ballston common mall has been charged now with arson. 29-year-old leon trail appeared in an arlington co
of ours. >> gregg: doug is live in delaware where residents are anxiously preparing for sandy? >> it is basically here right now. winds are gusting probably about 30 miles an hour. gusting a bit more than that. gust comes along and knocks you off your feet a little bit. this is shaping up in this area as a classic storm coming out of north-northeast. it is typically in this region. nor'easters cause more damage than hurricanes. it's called the ash wednesday storm of 1962, johnf. kennedy was president. hundreds of buildings were destroyed in this area, literally thousands of buildings were badly damaged. president kennedy declared a disaster area. because of that and characteristics of this storm so closely mirror that, the governor of delaware has called for a mandatory evacuation all people are suppose to that out of the beach by 8:00 p.m. tonight. by our perusal of the beach a lot of people are not heeding that advice. we a that you sau a couple people step in the surf. authorities got them out of the waves. a little while ago i saw a woman running down the beach with a todd
, you ain't seen nothing yet. doug, what's coming? >> what's coming is really cool air. i think many areas are going to get down close to the freezing mark during the night tomorrow night. tonight's going to be chilly. what's coming is going to be even colder. out there right now, 60 degrees with plenty of sunshine. winds out of the south at 12 miles an hour. and when you're in the shade, and the sun's going down right now, so there's a lot of shade out there, 20-mile-an-hour winds feel cool. 60 towards la plata. as we move through the night tonight, this is what you can expect, say, in through northwest, silver spring, rosemary hill area. temperatures falling to the 50s, to around 42 when you wake up tomorrow morning, a freeze watch for some. i'll show you who coming up. >>> down to the wire tonight for the nats. >> if they win, they'll play again tomorrow. but lose and their season is done. pat collins is in nats park where fans aren't giving up hope next. pat, how is it going? >> reporter: it's going pretty well, doreen. the feeling here today, much different than yesterday. this
situation. >>> chief meteorologist doug kammerer is here now with your first forecast. doug? >> guys, temperatures today climbing to near 70 degrees. take a look at the shot right now. a beautiful, beautiful afternoon. a few clouds make their way in. temperatures 69 degrees out there right now. winds out of the west at 7 miles per hour. what are we going to be seeing the rest of the evening? you can see dew point is 44. but that's going to be going down behind a frontal boundary. temperatures ahead of that front, 70 in leesburg and 70 over towards annapolis. just gorgeous. here's the frontal boundary, making its way in. in through portions of west virginia. that front will move through. and it will cool things down again. western fairfax county, to the reston and herndon area, through your morning, how about this, temperatures 63 degrees by 7:00. looking good. under partly sunny skies. 57 degrees by 11:00. waking up tomorrow morning to a rather cool 43. some of you will be in the upper 30s tomorrow. we'll talk about the real cool air, when the coolest weather moves in in my forecast.
and are they gone for good? so let's get to our mt. who is tracking everything you need to see. doug, what's the word? >> at one point tornado warnings issued north and east of baltimore city. but everything is disapating. we will be in fine shape not only for tonight but for many days in a row. over in clarksville and burton'sville, very heavy rainfall amounts. things are quieting down. when you get up in the morning there will be a whole different weather pattern. 43 to 53, a chilly start. the seven-day outlook that's coming up too in just a minute. >> we'll get back to you in a bit. but first -- >> a student was severely beaten following a maryland victory over duke. but tonight one of the officers is acquitted while the other is convicted on just one charge. richard reeve is outside the prince george's county courthouse. tell us about it >> and alison, long and difficult deliberations for a while. it didn't appear there would be a verdict at all. but one officer found guilty, the other not guilty. >> a relieved and happy john mckena left the prin
and new york city among the hardest hit. >> we begin, though, to tell us where sandy is, doug? >> sandy is still right on top of us. this storm is not going anywhere soon. the good news, here, though, is sandy has weakened dramatically. so we are no longer seeing those fierce winds anywhere across the northeast. that is some very, very good news. we will continue to watch this storm as it's continuing to make its way very slowly toward the north and east. last night, moving at 38 miles an hour as it slammed into the coast. now, it is moving at just a few miles an hour and it is just sitting and it is just spinning. cold air on the backside. warm air on the south side, along the east side of this storm. what a difference a day makes here as far as this storm is concerned. a few showers. big time snows. a few more showers as they can't to make their way through overnight. but the big story tonight is the cold air. temperatures right now in the 30s. 36 in hangerstown. only 42 degrees right now in washington, d.c. sandy is not done with us just yet. and she's not ready to leave, either. >>
'm joined by doug from the chesapeake area red cross. what should people do right now? >> if there is a hurricane, you have warning, you can go to the store and get 3-day supply of food and water in case the power goes out. make sure you have extra things like medications that you might need, get those filled now. just all the everyday stuff that you take for granted, have an ex are the supply of that. also for a lot of people, too, is that they need to not only do the preparations but in the event of the worse case scenario, the red cross will be there. >> with the last hurricane that came through, irene, the red cross sheltered 2000 people, right here in baltimore. we are ready to do that. also, call folks from out of the area if you need to stay at a friends house or relatives, have that in place first. >> one thing, too, is that there is always the need for blood as well, too. if there are blood drives, tomorrow, maybe not on sunday or anything, or tuesday or mondays, but if you want to give blood, tomorrow might be a good time to do it. >> when the storms come thr
lindsay sandoval, doug patch, kate therrity and ryan stanley. guys, tell me you're getting extra credit for this. no? let's start with the obvious question. who debated better and why? lindsay, why don't we start with you. >> i think we knew that joe biden had a lot of expectations for this debate and i think he articulated how obama and his policies will help the middle class and how they'll defend medicare and social security. >> doug? >> i felt as though joe biden definitely had much more of an emotional appeal, but i think paul ryan was definitely more call and stated the facts much better than joe biden did. >> kate, what do you think? >> i think both spoke to the voters that they needed to speak to and i think that the lasting effect from biden's talking points from what he was saying will be stronger than to rain's. >> ryan? >> i think joe biden absolutely -- ryan's. >> ryan? >> i think joe biden absolutely stole the debate tonight. i think it resonates with middle class families. they like to see somebody is fighting for them. >> by raising your hand, anybody change their mind h
. >>> get ready for even colder temps on the way, folks. we could see our first freeze. meteorologist doug kammerer is outside on the storm 4 weather deck. doug? >> oh, yeah, high, guys. temperatures out here right now, 62 degrees out at the airport right now. winds out of the south at 7 miles per hour. humidity at 35%. very cool afternoon right now. we're going to be a lot cooler as we move through the next 24 hours or so. temperatures around the region, 61 in gaithersburg, 61 in leesburg, and 64 down towards fredericksburg. with this sunshine, feeling pretty good across much of the area, ashe sun goes down, however, we will cool off fairly quickly. let's head down to the silver spring area, around rosemary hills. i went there for a school talk earlier today. we'll show pictures in just a minute. 57 degrees at 7:00, 51 degrees by 11:00, and waking up to a cool 42 degrees early tomorrow morning. going to be a chilly start tomorrow. but wait until you see how cold we get tomorrow night. freeze watches in effect. >> yikes. >>> the washington nationals, they're facing elimination right now. t
up as well. right now more than 45,000 are in the dark. doug luzader is live in delaware. doug what's going on there? >> good morning. you see the wreckage from the storm. this is going to be a big cleanup. you talk about the power outage. we have not lost power here. that's the good news. you are right. a lot of places along the delaware beach area have been hit. we have an issue with beach erosion. you see this here right between the boardwalk and the beach where a lot of it has given away. this is something that they are very sensitive about takes a long time to build this up and recreate this. they will have to go through a lot of repairs here to get everything back as it was. the good news it's the end of the tourist season. there were about 50,000 people in this area told to evacuate. some of them may start coming back today. we will see. the rain hazlet up. we may see more of that after all is said and done. the decision local officials make about reopening roads. some of them were flooded. roads were official closed before the storm. they may reopen today. we will see what t
for tomorrow night. >> doug kammerer is outside on the storm team 4 weather deck. and if we're going to need sweaters are or more heat tonight, duck, lay it on us. >> i think you're going to need a lot of things tonight. really, over the next couple of nights, we're in for really cold air. plenty of sunshine right now, very, very nice. even though the temperature is about five to ten degrees below average. the numbers right now, we're sitting at 62 degrees at the airport. winds out of the northwest at 3 miles per hour. that dew point, 32. so a very cool dew point. that shows you just how cool things could get overnight tonight. as far as temperatures go right now, we're looking at 59 degrees in gaithersburg, 59 in manassas. tomorrow will be the coldest night inhe season. everybody there in blue is under a freeze watch, howard county, montgomery county, loudoun county, and we'll watch just how cold we're going to get. i think many areas may not just get below freezing, you may get below another number. we'll talk about that in a minute. >> all righty. >>> it's do or die time for both the loca
meteorologist doug kammerer joins us now with more on our chilly forecast. >> chilly, almost an understatement here. here we are in the middle to early october. very cold numbers. 54 degrees. plenty of clouds, and even shower activity, even around the district. winds out of the northeast at 8 miles per hour now. take a look at the numbers around the rest of the area. 44 in martinsburg. and 52 down towards fredericksburg. temperatures right now 15 to 20 degrees below average. and we're going to be even colder tonight. look at the rain coming across the region. most of this has been on the light side. it's been per per sis tant along the corridor. over the next couple of hours, expect the temperatures to come down and expect more rain to come down, too. my complete forecast in just a few minutes. >>> the next time you ride metro, you might encounter new controversial ads promoting israel. they initially refused to post them but a judge is now giving metro until 5:00 tonight to put them up. here's the reaction from the riders. >> seems pretty zionist. >> reporter: it's only 18 words, but its mess
for the next few days. >> thank you, doug. >>> still ahead, neighbors in maryland hated the name of their street. well, they got a new one after decades of controversy. >>> why the stink bug invasion is making a comeback. >>> in sports, the latest on the injury of quarterback robert griffin iii. >>> tonight at 6:00 on news4, smoke and flames on the campus >>> when it rains, it pours. we've got baseball, we've got football. carol's up at camden yards. >> yeah. the and we've got chris cooley in the studio. hey, carol. >> reporter: yeah, a busy night, all hands on deck. is it heaven? no, it's postseason baseball. that's what october baseball is all about. it is a little chilly here at camden yards. good news from st. louis, though. the nationals are leading the cards 1-0 in game two. it's a must-win situation for the birds thesmt lost game one last night to the yankees. 7-2. you know they really want to even up that series before it heads to new york tomorrow. first pitch tonight at 8:07. now, to the redskins. and the cooley report. chris cooley is back at the studios, while dan is
of aspartame. erica edwards, nbc news. >>> doug joins us now. he has our attention. four or five days out from sandy. >> one thing we want to make sure everybody knows right now, we're still four or five days out. there's still a lot of uncertainty here. the models are coming into better agreement, we've been talking about this storm for the last three or four days, that this will have an impact on the east coast and maybe a major impact even here in the d.c. metro area and portions of our region. but what's happening outside today, we've seen a fantastic, glorious afternoon, almost summer-like. as a matter of fact, we have tied a record today. the record high, 84 degrees. that's where we were just an hour or two ago. right now we're sitting at 82 degrees under partly cloudy skies. winds out of the north about 6 miles an hour. as far as the temperatures around the reason, very warm. it is going to continue to be a very nice, very pleasant, a very warm evening. 81 in culpepper, 82 in fredericksburg, 69 and east wind coming off the chesapeake there. a big difference here, 13-degree difference be
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' doug luzader watched sandy slam into rewhoboth beach. >> he joins us live with a look at the conditions there. good morning, doug, how's it going this morning? >>reporter: well, not exactly drenched and not really all that windy at the moment. it's certainly a lot better than we've seen. and you see cleanup vehicles out here, some people are kind of going about their business. that's good news. the one sure sign i guess that the hurricane is over, take a look out there, there are actually surfers in the water here as they take advantage of what still remains to be some pretty big waves here. obviously not the kind of wave action we saw yesterday and not the kind of tidal surge that we saw yesterday. all in all it seems like this part of delaware did okay. we'll have to see as the sun continues to rise and we spend some more time out on the streets to see if in fact things are getting back to normal. but it's a much different story when you head farther to the north, atlantic city and then, of course, new york city dealing with that 13-foot tidal surge. i mean, that's going to be an iss
's where we find a reporter live. doug, good morning. >> reporter: good morning guys. and look, look at this water that's just rushing into the board walk here, i walk out on to the beach, gives you an idea of just the force of this, you see this erosion sense here, look, its just been torn apart, this part of its just been mingled. that's tons of beach erosion all over the place. this is a real concern all up and downtown coast here. this area has been verdict evacuated, mandatory evacuation near the coast. this may be 50,000 people. once you start getting to those massive population centers north of here, we're talking obviously dc, but also when you get up to philadelphia and new york city, new england area, boston, all the sudden it gets very difficult to move those people out of harm's way quickly enough. now the wind speeds here are not terrible, maybe in the 15 to 20-mile an hour range, 25 miles an hour, something like that. once you get offshore, you're talking more like 40, 50 miles an hour. it's going to get worse through the course of the day. combining with high tides bec
with assaulting a police officer and reckless driving. >> this system, aparentally, is still hanging around. doug cameron, what can we expect? >> it's a very slow-moving system. that did bring some big time thunderstorms across our area. not everybody who saw them, but those who did were right along the i-95 corridor. the district over towards southern maryland. we are going to continue to watch as those systems move on out of here. behind it, there's no rain right now. but the storm, as you mentioned, it's not that way just yet. i'll show you what it's going to bring if for your saturday. >> mitt romney was in florida tonight. the gop ticket held a campaign rally in daytona. and that is accusing romney of conveniently forgetting positions he's taken in the past. >> it's remarkable. they have no agenda for the future. no agenda for america. this is a big country with big opportunities and great challenges. and they keep on talking about smaller and smaller things. >> governor romney also accused the president of focusings on word games rathder than solving the nation's problems. he was referring
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coming maybe the other way. we'll talk about it in a minute. >> as doug mentioned, this will be the coldest night yet. in d.c., it will be the earliest we've seen in almost a decade, folks. the cold air isn't keeping people off the streets tonight. shomari. >> reporter: folks are not keeping off the sfreets, especially with this nats game. i talked to people in hotels. they say oh, it's so cold, they go back in, open the suitcases and then come out to have a nice time. it's going to get even colder tonight. that is what is expected. i must point out that a lot of folks tell me they're saying to themselves good-bye summer, hello autumn. some folks are wearing layers to stay warm. now, that cold weather isn't stopping people from waiting in line to buy deserts at this cup cake shop. now, we talked to that couple visiting from connecticut and they tell me the dipping temperatures takes them by surprise. >> tell me how you're feeling? >> cold. i mean, i had -- i've got layers. i had this one done up, this done up, i'm still cold. it's really cold. especially for washin
, 32 on that one. >> cris: watch doug legursky. here's a guy playing basically in place of the best center in the game in maurkice pouncey. he has been terrific. willie colon helps on the double team and run up the gut and everybody in the house knows you're going to run the football and the pittsburgh steelers can still run it and now a little victory formation and well deserved. they have had a great game. >> al: the kneel-down will end it. steelers rushed for 167 yards tonight. they outgained them 431 to 185. the time of possession, almost 37 minutes. they win one on the road and their first division game of the season, so 1-0 in the afc north. and they can start looking up at the baltimore ravens and feeling a whole lot better about things, after the events of this sunday. they go home next week to take on the washington redskins. cincinnati will have a bye week and then face denver. 24-17, pittsburgh wins it in cincinnati. the wendy's postgame is coming up. . ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine the pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a qualifying pnc performance select che
with preparations, but with chief art meteorologist doug hill. >> a quiet evening outside of furniture weather center. get used to the clouds the next days. monday, tuesday, that would be the time frame for the most dramatic effects from sandy. is weakening now, but all the hurricaneom it willuggests again to hurricane status after it diminishes a bit.e at monday,ng tuesday, making landfall some -- somewhere along the mid-atlantic coast line at afternoon. top went right out of 75. the expectation still on is a good day to finish storm preparations. sunday, shower in the morning, a better chance at night. developing through the day is whennd tuesday, that rainll have the heaviest wind, gustyt showers leftover into tuesday wednesday. the leaves, if you live by the the bay, astronomical tides. be an issue.d downed trees, power outages. the all of these things to start about.g jennifer donelan has been in how residentsee for thearing of a big blow from the storm. what is up? different tone, day closer to the weekend. metro station at federal triangle. overnight, metro crews pl
of that if mind we have coverage with rick on the northern shore of new jersey and doug is in delaware, first, we will get to where we are and where it is going. and janice dean, what do we expect? >> a hurricane will make landfall across coastal new jersey, probably south and central jersey in the next several hours and expected between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. eastern at 90 miles per hour hurricane. it will be a hurricane when it lands. there was a suggestion the last several days that it could combine with another system and become a super storm hybrid but now we are in agreement it will be a hurricane when it makes landfall. there will be storm surge with high wind in excess of 90 and 100 miles per hour in populated areas. we are dealing with a storm southeast of new york city and the effects of the storm when it lands in new jersey, anywhere north to the center the storm will get the worst rainfall, the worst wind, and the worst storm surge on top of high tide and we will see waves 20' to 30' on top of the storm surge and tim occur in two or three hours in central emergency and bring written and s
there. who can blame her. storm team 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer joins us now with more on the conditions. this is just passing through, huh? >> yeah, just passing through. we get these. again, this is the month of october. this is the challenge of the season, going from summer to winter. sometimes those seasons come a little bit early, like they're doing right now. a little more winter-like than fall-like. 53 degrees the current number. any wind, when it's this cool, will make things feel even cooler. only 43 in mart tinsburg. 52 in fred rinericksburg. showers making their way through the area right now. you'll most likely need the umbrellas as well as the jackets. >>> nationals trying to stay hot out in st. louis this afternoon. they're hoping to come home with a two-game lead against the cardinals. meanwhile, up the road, the orioles are trying to get things evened out with the yankees. carol maloney is up in camden yard where game two is still a couple of hours away. carol? >> reporter: hey, jim. yeah, it's starting to buzz around here. they opened up the doors and t
chief meteorologist doug kammerer has been talking about. it's interesting this lady decided -- oh, that' not a lady, that's a man. how are you doing? thank you for being out here. i love your outfit. what is this, first of all? >> it's just -- >> i want to thank you for joining us. right over here, tell us, why did you come outside? >> i live down the street and my power just went out and i wanted to see what was going on, maybe get the power back on sometime soon. >> dominion crews have arrived over there. >> good sign. >> yes, it is. what are you doing right now to weather this storm? >> i was doing fine until the power went out. just trying to find something to occupy my time. >> all right. i suggest you might want to go inside. of course, it's a little dangerous out here. >> i'm going to go inside. >> have a good walk. take it easy. there you have it, folks. fascinating, people decide to come out here. and back to you in the studio. >> shomari, thanks. some cases, inside may not be the safest places. one tree fell into a house this afternoon. >> we find news4's richard jordan. richa
now. parts of our area are seeing very heavy rain. storm tm 4 chief meteorologist doug kammerer has the scoop. >> that's really a great shot right there. you can see the sun coming through and underneath some of those clouds. we are dealing with some very heavy rain, some lightning and also some small hail, too. a lot of people saying they're looking at rain bows out there. it is getting a little on the pretty side. where it's not pretty, right along 95, columbia pike, savage, maryland, towards laurel, very heavy rain in and around this area. and down towards college park seeing that rain continuing. back to the west just to the north of olney, seeing that rain. montgomery county. we'll zoom in to northeast d.c., you can see just to the east of 16 here, right along route 50 as you're heading to the beltway and around college park and green belt, some of that very heavy rain. down to the south, another area of rain has developed right along the potomac river through woodbridge and quantico, and just to the north of nangemoy. if you're going to be out, say, right around i-95 or east i
. >> cris: watch doug legursky. here's a guy playing basically in place of the best center in the game in maurkice pouncey. he has been terrific. willie colon helps on the double team and run up the gut and everybody in the house knows you're going to run the football and the pittsburgh steelers can still run it and now a little victory formation and well deserved. they have had a great game. >> al: the kneel-down will end it. steelers rushed for 167 yards tonight. they outgained them 431 to 185. the time of possession, almost 37 minutes. they win one on the road and their first division game of the season, so 1-0 in the afc north. and they can start looking up at the baltimore ravens and feeling a whole lot better about things, after the events of this sunday. they go home next week to take on the washington redskins. cincinnati will have a bye week and then face denver. 24-17, pittsburgh wins it in cincinnati. the wendy's postgame is coming up. . >>> so the steelers get back to 3-3. the bengals have now lost nine straight to the big boys of the afc north. pittsburgh and baltimore. th
. so this morning the company is going to join the guy you see right there, attorney general doug gansler to present $50,000 to help support education and prevention efforts. >>> all right, looks like going brown is going green. u. p. s. will add 40 new hydraulic vehicles to its fleet. in other parts they're going to be seen in parts of atlanta. the company says the new hybrid cars can get up to 35% improved fuel economy and lower carbon i commissions. they are supported by grants from the u.s. department of energy. >>> today we are going to find out how clean the baltimore harbor is. the waterfront partnership and students from the school, they are going to come together to present the most recent healthy harbor report card. the major problems affecting the health of the harbor? trash, and bacteria and stormwater runoff. >>> all right, it is 4:51. a very heartbroken grandfather in colorado this morning. >> why he's pleading to the person who stole a camera from his home. >> also the latest feature on facebook that could have you paying a fee to have your friends see more of you.
chilly night. doug hill has the first check of the forecast. >> a freeze watch posted tomorrow night. 61 degrees and clear skies. spectacular day, temperatures at national park, at 60 degrees. temperatures continue to hold below average for this time of october. 59 degrees in gaithersburg, 61 degrees in manassas, 61 degrees such reagan national airport. temperatures will drop into the upper 50's shortly. later this evening, lower 50's. chilly temperatures in the morning, 37-47 degrees. more details on this shale. the coldest air of the season tomorrow night. >> fire severely damaged a church. the clear case of arson, flames and smoke raced through the atomic baptist church yesterday morning. -- potomac baptist church yesterday morning. >> whether this was a random act or someone deliberately targeted this church, we do know is there is some real severe damage. you can see some of it on the outside, but the bulk of its is smoke damage on the interior. inside the church, a cleanup crew scrubs soot from walls. >> we have enough problems everywhere in this world. >> under the cover of darkne
tonight, 17 carries, 122 yards, 32 on that one. >> cris: watch doug legursky. here's a guy playing basically in place of the best center in the game in maurkice pouncey. he has been terrific. willie colon helps on the double team and run up the gut and everybody in the house knows you're going to run the football and the pittsburgh steelers can still run it and now a little victory formation and well deserved. they have had a great game. >> al: the kneel-down will end it. steelers rushed for 167 yards tonight. they outgained them 431 to 185. the time of possession, almost 37 minutes. they win one on the road and their first division game of the season, so 1-0 in the afc north. and they can start looking up at the baltimore ravens and feeling a whole lot better about things, after the events of this sunday. they go home next week to take on the washington redskins. cincinnati will have a bye week and then face denver. 24-17, pittsburgh wins it in cincinnati. the wendy's postgame is coming up. . >>> so the steelers get back to 3-3. the bengals have now lost nine straight to the big b
is tightening. as fox's doug luzader tells us, with four weeks to go before the election, both are coming out swunging on the campaign trail. >> reporter: 47 to 47, the race is locked up right now, at least according to gallup. the landscape is changing quickly. both campaigns are trying to take advantage. mitt romney may have had more spring in his step yesterday as he spoke to the virginia military institute. he went after what has been president obama's strong suit in many polls, foreign policy. and he spoke about last month's attack on the u.s. consulate in libya in a world he says is now more dangerous. >> this latest assault can be blamed on a video insulting islam, despite the administration's attempts to convince us of that for so long. no, the administration has conceded these were the deliberate work of terrorists. >> reporter: the president spent much of his day preaching to the converted at california fundraisers. it helped pad his campaign coffers. he reminded his faithful that the race is extremely tight and right around the corner. >> so i need you in this election, the next 29
to celebrate in st. louis. >> reporter: polls show the race for the president is tightening. i'm doug luzader. we'll have an update coming up. >> a religious battle brewing inside our metro tunnels. why riders heading back to work tomorrow might be surprised by the ads in some local stations. fox5 morning news at 7:00 starts right now. >>> that live shot not as pretty as where holly was. >> i know. >> it is a chilly start to the day to be sure. and this is monday, october 8, 2012, columbus day. good morning, i'm tony perkins. >> i'm alison seymour. montgomery county police officer shoots a man in silver spring this morning around 3:15 near flora lane and woodland drive. police got a call about the man showing up at his girlfriend's house, threatening to hurt himself and others. officers got to the girlfriend and two children and got them out the door. they believe the man was armed, and there was a confrontation before the officer shot that man. he is in the hospital in serious condition. >>> right now to find out what's happening with our weather for today. gwen is here for tucker this morni
it was doug fisher throwing zeros. pentington comes around to score from second. the tigers got tied. smith 2-1a's headed to the bottom of the seventh. sean doolittle got into a jam but should have been out of it when cabrera throws one into shallow center. he bobbles this be drops. chris with a long way to run. almost got the ball with the second chance his teammates though picked him up in the eighth. >> the tieing run had already scored then josh redding got into a walking ben walk pitch. a's in front 4-3 but allowed the tigers to tie in the bottom of the eighth on a ryan cook wild pitch. on to the ninth, the tigers load the bases. don kelly hits a fly ball. plenty deep enough to score infante. the a's who were supposed to have home field advantage in this series now face an elimination game when they play at the coliseum for the first time on tuesday. 5-4 in this one. fred inglis has been in detroit and has more on how the a's let this one slip. >> reporter: the a's are a flawed team but they usually find ways to make up for their mistakes today they had the lead three different times bu
. nancy grace is 53. al yankovic is 53. doug flutie is 50. ryan reynolds turns 36 today. s. gupta is 43. a happy birthday to our studio supervisor joe zentner and our queen of 9 news now at noon our own jc hayward. happy birthday. >>> good morning. welcome back to 9news now. what year is this? what season is this? we're not sure anymore. here's howard to clue us in. >> looking at the leaves, it's obviously fall. they're looking really pretty lately but temperature wise it's going to be feel like late september. this will not last forever. you know that. but we'll take it when we've got it. this morning's bus stop forecast, this is pretty good, especially after yesterday's chill. we're in the 40s and 50s. when i was on the weather terrace without a jacket, i was really comfortable. temps in the low 50s. thankfully winds are relatively light this morning. they'll be picking up out of the south later on, 5, 10 miles an hour. 70 by noon. 77 at 4:00 with a life 78 in d.c. 80 places like culpeper and manassas this afternoon and fredricksburg 70 by 8:00. looks great this evening with a mix of
moved out but the storm remains. it is still having an impact. doug kammerer joins us with that. >> it is a much different impact than what we saw yesterday. we have been watching this storm for well over a week, week and a half. in the last 36 hours we've seen it into the atlantic ocean. we saw it make that turn back to shore. something we have never really seen before. a storm all the way out in the atlantic moved right back into our area. and that's whye saw all the rain. that's why we've seen all the wind from this storm and now, we're seeing the cold weather. we're also still seeing the shower activity. yocan see the rain right now through washington, d.c. area. right through waldorf and winchester. back through leesburg and we have seen some snow flakes in parts of the area. especially on the higher elevations. back toward the blue ridge. back toward the shenandoah valley and parts of west virginia where it is still snowing right now. as far as the wider picture, just look at the circulation coming right down out of canada. all the way down through our region and that make
away from the first presidential debate in colorado. i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on that coming up. >> plus, already struggling to get out of bankruptcy, now american airlines has a new set of concerns. what caused some tense moments for passengers on two different flights just days apart? >> and as we take you to the brk, a live look outside, look at the latest weather and traffic, from tucker and joey, that's next. 7:11 right now.  ♪ [ male announcer ] the first look...is only the beginning. ♪ ♪ introducing a stunning work of technology. ♪ introducing the entirely new lexus es. and the first ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. [ knocking ] oh, no, i got to go. oh, can you make that to go? these days, nobody has time to get sick. but minuteclinic makes it easy to get well. our nurse practitioners can diagnose and write prescriptions for everything from strep throat to sinus infections with no appointment necessary, so you can feel better in no time. you guys want to go to the park? yeah! yeah! minuteclinic, the med
north of delaware. that's where we are live this morning. doug, what are the conditions right now? >> reporter: good morning, well you have the whole board walk here to yourself, that's just about the case here, it seems bad, especially when you look at the beach here. this huge wave coming in, check the buoy data offshore, wave heights of about 23 feet or so. wind speeds 40 to 50 miles an hour. those kinds of winds, they are certainly on their way. this is one of those storms where it may not matter where the eye comes across because it's so massive people are going to be feeling the effects hundreds of miles in every direction. the waves just keep growing, still along the peninsula, we found these two guys taking advantage of unusually big sur. >> god blessed up with this storm, let's have fun it with it. >> reporter: not everyone sees it that way. it's called a megastorm, spinning where it can no longer be seen from space. slamming into the most densely populated part of the country. >> we could see hurricane-force winds, in fact we expect hurricane-force winds anywhere from th
noon. and through the afternoon into the evening, veronica and doug will be here. since you went to bed, we've had three track updates. i'm going to show you the very latest one. right now it is north of the bahamas, packing winds of 80 miles an hour. category 1 hurricane maintaining that strength today off of florida. taking a bit of a turn toward the northeast following the gulfstream. then unfortunately, this is the very latest track. this is as of wednesday a position here. it does look like it's going to come our way here and feeling the effects of it beginning sunday. then it's going to slow ray down as it gets inland. then it's just going to kind of sit here and spin away with gusty winds and gusts of rain, and that extended period, unfortunately, is going to bring us big problems. this is the timing. sunday this is the red zone of potential strong winds and heavy rain. it it does look like southern maryland, lower eastern shore, southeastern virginia. then sunday evening, that risk zone of the high impact zone coming right over our metro area. most of virginia, most of maryland
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: where is she and who is she impacting? ana is in long island, new york. and doug is in delaware and folks news meterologist maria molina in the weather center. >> brian: first of will be mar yampt you have the latest on the torm track and where is it headed. >> sandy is category one hurricane and bit stronger than yesterday. it is forecast to continue to strengthen and with maximum suspain -- sustained winds. it is it a large storm system. we'll not just talk about where the center will move. sandy spans 800 miles and so it has a little bit of everything. it has hurricane characteristics and making a transition to northeastern type storm. snowfall falling over the west virginia virge and significant snowfall will be falling. two-three feet. and factor that in with strong wind blizzard conditions are expected. that is in west virginia virge through wednesday morning and very heavy rain in the dc/baltimore area. that is it rates half an inch per hour. that is a bull's eye. the rain will continue today, tonight and even as tuesday and wednesday . many of you will see accumulation o
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